(February 19th, 2014) A meeting with Mayor Paul Dyster, a trip to the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute, and a wintery visit to the brink of Niagara Falls were all on tap as the BBC’s “Travel Show” made it’s way to Western New York this week with the Buffalo Niagara Film Office there to guide them.

Ade Adepitan (Left) interviews Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster (Center).

Ade Adepitan (Left) interviews Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster (Center).

BBC host Ade Adepitan made his way from London in search of the natural Falls experience that can be had at Niagara Falls State Park, as well as exploring the economic rebirth of the U.S. Side.  Also on tap were interviews that explored the unique culinary experiences that are available to Niagara Falls, N.Y. visitors.  Adepitan’s trip included a signature Falls rainbow as a reporting backdrop, and a trip to Duff’s Cheektowaga location for an authentic Buffalo Wing sampling on the way to the airport.

Additional location support for the BBC Travel Show was provided by Michelle Blackley at the Niagara USA Tourism, Angela Berti at Niagara Falls State Park , and Paula Sandy at Niagara County Community College which operates the Niagara Culinary Institute.

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